Objects & Places from Dear Ijeawele, or A Feminist Manifesto in Fifteen Suggestions

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
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Chudi

This is the receiver of the letter's husband. He stands as an example for all variations of men throughout the text. The author inserts him to make stronger arguments for and against the male association to feminism.

Chizalum

This is the receiver of the letter's daughter, and the baby girl who will be affected through the author's Suggestions. She represents the new age of feminism, which contains more contextual, practical, and progressive beliefs around feminism.

Marlene Sanders

This is an American journalist who reported during the Vietnam War. She symbolizes the idea that women should work and can work, not only because they have to or feel obligated, but also because loving what you do is a great gift. Her sentiment is interwoven throughout the text.

Igbo Tradition

This custom is found in Nigeria and is part of the author's and her best friend's lives. It predominately...

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